The making of Gregory Crewdson’s photographs is an elaborately planned event that involves coordinating a specialized team of assistants and technicians. It reflects the artist’s belief that you “do whatever you have to do to make your work.” Crewdson, whose father was a psychoanalyst, comments, “I photograph it out of longing and desire. My photographs are also about repression and internal angst.”
© Gregory Crewdson. Untitled, 1998. 50 × 60 inches. Chromogenic color print. Courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York, NY.
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